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Macau kicks off more mass testing as Covid cases top 900

Macau began another round of mass testing on Monday as the number of Covid cases continued to rise, topping 900.

Crown faces 2nd Victoria probe over problem gambling practices

Crown Resorts is facing a second regulatory probe in Victoria over its problem gambling practices and may face a fine of as much as $100 million ($69 million).

Aquis shares suspended as second bidder emerges for Canberra casino

Aquis Entertainment said it had requested a suspension from trading on the Australian Stock Exchange after a second bidder emerged for its Canberra casino.

Thai mobility data mixed for June: J.P. Morgan

Mobility data in Thailand has shown that Thais appear to be more confident in going out from homes to work stations, but there is a dip in those going to malls, grocery stores and pharmacies.

Paradise, GKL show mixed sales data for June

South Korea’s main foreigner-only casinos saw mixed results in June, with Paradise Co. reporting declining revenue from the prior month and Grand Korea Leisure a strong increase.

President Marcos hasn’t replaced Andrea Domingo as PAGCOR Chair

Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has yet to name the new head of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp the Malacañang palace stated on Friday. Andrea Domingo remains as the Agency head until further notice.

Genting’s U.S. GGR tracks higher in 3-months to May: Nomura

The Genting Group’s U.S. operations continued to see an improvement in gross gambling revenue in the three months to end-May, according to Nomura which tracks the data on a rolling basis.

Macau operators told to reduce staffing, ask employees to take leave

Macau’s operators are reportedly asking staff to take various forms of leave after being told to reduce the number of employees at work by 90 percent.

SkyCity Entertainment to face SA probe due to systemic casino failures

The South Australian regulator plans to launch an inquiry into SkyCity Entertainment’s operations in Adelaide, saying recent probes elsewhere have revealed systemic problems in the country’s casino industry. 

Macau operators to post 2Q22 losses as monthly GGR hits 21-month low

All of Macau’s six operators are likely to post EBITDA losses in 2Q22 after gross gambling revenue for June hit its lowest level in 21 months, says J.P. Morgan.